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WHAT IS CONDITIONING?Here are R-body’s thoughts on the meaning of conditioning

Since ‘condition’ refers to the ‘state of your body’, it follows that ‘conditioning’ means to maintain or improve your physical condition.
And of course, the meaning of ‘conditioning’ will vary from person to person. For some, conditioning may simply mean getting a solid 8 hours of sleep per night. For others, it may mean doing things such as playing amateur sports once a week, eating organic vegetables, or letting off steam at karaoke to combat stress. Of course, conventional exercise activities such as jogging or yoga are also a great form of conditioning.

In this way, conditioning is used to maintain both a good physical and mental condition, allowing us to lead a rich and fulfilling life.
To this end, it is important for everyone to obtain a body that is free of pain, injury, and sickness.
From a regular health check-up, we can get an overview of our general condition, but most people have little idea about their body in terms of their muscles, skeletal structure, and so on. For example, it would be difficult for most people to describe in detail what their posture is really like, which muscles are weaker than others, or what is the real cause of their back pain or stiff shoulders.

In order for people to get into and maintain their best condition, it is necessary for them to know what is the ‘best form of conditioning’ for them, personally. And on the flip side, they also need to know what is a ‘bad form of conditioning’ for them, i.e. what things they are doing that are negatively affecting their overall condition.
For people who have pain or injury, of course they need to treat the affected area itself, but at the same time they also need to treat the underlying cause and get themselves into the right condition to ensure there is no re-occurrence. For people who are training or working out, they need to “prepare their body” in advance, so that when they workout the improved performance leads to a better quality of life overall.

To ensure there is no re-occurrence of pain or injury. To raise one’s overall life performance. At R-body, we believe that, although it may vary from person to person, conditioning is necessary for everyone, in order to achieve these two goals.

  • (Fig. 1) Conditioning bridges the gap between training and the treatment of pain from injuries.
  • (Fig. 2) Conditioning is the foundation of a healthy life.

Since ‘condition’ refers to the ‘state of your body’, it follows that ‘conditioning’ means to maintain or improve your physical condition.
And of course, the meaning of ‘conditioning’ will vary from person to person. For some, conditioning may simply mean getting a solid 8 hours of sleep per night. For others, it may mean doing things such as playing amateur sports once a week, eating organic vegetables, or letting off steam at karaoke to combat stress. Of course, conventional exercise activities such as jogging or yoga are also a great form of conditioning.

In this way, conditioning is used to maintain both a good physical and mental condition, allowing us to lead a rich and fulfilling life.
To this end, it is important for everyone to obtain a body that is free of pain, injury, and sickness.
From a regular health check-up, we can get an overview of our general condition, but most people have little idea about their body in terms of their muscles, skeletal structure, and so on. For example, it would be difficult for most people to describe in detail what their posture is really like, which muscles are weaker than others, or what is the real cause of their back pain or stiff shoulders.

In order for people to get into and maintain their best condition, it is necessary for them to know what is the ‘best form of conditioning’ for them, personally. And on the flip side, they also need to know what is a ‘bad form of conditioning’ for them, i.e. what things they are doing that are negatively affecting their overall condition.
For people who have pain or injury, of course they need to treat the affected area itself, but at the same time they also need to treat the underlying cause and get themselves into the right condition to ensure there is no re-occurrence. For people who are training or working out, they need to “prepare their body” in advance, so that when they workout the improved performance leads to a better quality of life overall.

To ensure there is no re-occurrence of pain or injury. To raise one’s overall life performance. At R-body, we believe that, although it may vary from person to person, conditioning is necessary for everyone, in order to achieve these two goals.

  • (Fig. 1) Conditioning bridges the gap between training and the treatment of pain from injuries.
  • (Fig. 2) Conditioning is the foundation of a healthy life.

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